Études marquantes

 

Leadership de la recherche scientifique mondiale

Le leadership mondial dans le domaine des recherches scientifiques sur l’alcoolisme et les dépendances est exercé par l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS), Les États-Unis, du fait des importantes ressources investies dans la recherche, aux USA et ailleurs dans le monde, exerce aussi une très forte influence.

Organisation Mondiale de la Santé – Références complètes

Depuis sa fondation en 1948, le dossier de l’alcool, de ses effets et de l’alcoolisme a toujours été un important dossier pour l’OMS. De nombreux rapports ont été produits au fil des avancées scientifiques, des découvertes et des expériences acquises par les différents États membres. Une majorité de ces études sont disponibles sur le web et en français et peuvent être consultées sur Alco-Rétab.

OMS –
2004
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé Neurosciences : usage de substances psychoactives et dépendance – Dossier complet. 
OMS, Genève, 2004, 40 pages. 
US –
SurGen
2016
US Surgeon General Facing Addiction in America: The Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health. Office of the Surgeon General, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Washington, DC, Nov 2016, 413 p.

 

 

La série des études « La Vie en rétablissement »

Menées auprès des personnes atteintes par la maladie de l’alcoolisme ou de la dépendance, ces études ont été réalisées afin d’évaluer ce qui fonctionne dans les traitements et les soins dispensés, de façon professionnelle ou non.

Best
2015-1
David Best The Australian Life in Recovery Survey. Turning Point, Easternhealth, & South Pacific Private, 2015, 32 p.
Best
2015-2
David Best, Katherine Albertson, James Irving et Al. The UK Life in Recovery Survey 2015: The First National UK Survey of Addiction Recovery Experiences. Helena Kennedy Centre for International Justice, University Sheffield Hallam and Action on Addiction, 2015, 39 p.
CAN –
CCDUS 2017-1
Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS) La vie en rétablissement de la toxicomanie au Canada. Centre canadien sur les dépendances et l’usage de substances (CCDUS), Ottawa, Mai 2017, 89 p.
Laudet
2013
Faces and Voices of Recovery, Alexandre B. Laudet Life in Recovery – Report on the Survey Findings. Online publication on www.facesandvoicesofrecovery.org, April 2013, 38 p.

 

CASA
2012
NCASA at Columbia University Addiction Medicine: Closing the Gap between Science and Practice. National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, 2012, 586 p.
Cochrane 2006 Marica Ferri, L. Amato, M. Davoli Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-Step Programs for Alcohol Dependence (Review). The Cochrane Library, 2006 (revised 2009), 3.
Cochrane 2017 John F. Kelly, Keith Humphreys, Marica Ferri Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-Step Programs for Alcohol Use Disorder (Protocol for Next Review). The Cochrane Library, Nov 2017.
Donovan 2013 Dennis M. Donovan, Michelle H. Ingalsbe, James Benbow, Dennis C. Daley 12-Step Interventions and Mutual Support Programs for Substance Use Disorders: An Overview. Social Work in Public Health, 2013, 28(3-4), pp 313-332.
Hazelden
2019-2
Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Stages of Alcoholism. Recovery Insights – The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation Blog, Mar 13 2019.
Humphreys 1999 Keith Humphreys Professional Interventions That Facilitate 12-Step Self-Help Group Involvement. National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), Alcohol Research and Health, 1999, 23(2), pp 93-98.
Humphreys 2004 Keith Humphreys Circle of Recovery: Self-Help Organizations for Addictions. Cambridge University Press, 2004, 228 p.
Humphreys 2006 Keith Humphreys The Trials of Alcoholics Anonymous.  Addiction, 2006, 101, pp 617-618
Kaskutas 2009-3 Lee Ann Kaskutas, Alcoholics Anonymous Effectiveness: Faith Meets Science. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 2009, 28(2), pp 145-157.
Kelly
2008-3
John F. Kelly, Julie D. Yeterian Chapter 4 – Mutual-Help Groups. In Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional, Evidence-Based Adjunctive Treatments, Academic Press, 2008, pp 61-105.
Kelly
2009
John F. Kelly, Molly Magill, Robert L. Stout How Do People Recover from Alcohol Dependence? A Systematic Review of the Research on Mechanisms of Behavior Change in Alcoholics Anonymous. Addiction Research and Theory, June 2009, 17(3), pp 236-259.
Kelly
2010-1
John F. Kelly, Alexandre B. Laudet, William L. White et Al. How Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Work: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Dec 2010, 29(1), pp 75–84.
Kelly
2011-2
John F. Kelly, Julie D. Yeterian. The Role of Mutual-Help Groups in Extending the Framework of Treatment. Alcohol Research & Health, 2011, 33(4), pp 350-355.
Kelly
2011-3
John F. Kelly, J. Scott Tonigan, Maria E. Pagano et Al. Spirituality in Recovery: A Lagged Mediational Analysis of Alcoholics Anonymous’ Principal Theoretical Mechanism of Behavior Change. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, March 2011, 35(3), pp 454-463.
Kelly
2012-1
John F. Kelly, Bettina B. Hoeppner, Robert L. Stout, Maria E. Pagano Determining the Relative Importance of the Mechanisms of Behavior Change within Alcoholics Anonymous: A Multiple Mediator Analysis. Addiction, Feb 2012, 107(2), pp 289-299.
Kelly
2013-7
John F. Kelly Alcoholics Anonymous science update: introduction to the special issue. Substance Abuse Journal, 2013, 34(1), pp 1-3.
Kelly
2016-2
John F. Kelly Is Alcoholics Anonymous Religious, Spiritual, Neither? Findings from 25 Years of Mechanisms of Behavior Change Research. Addiction, Jun 2017, 112(6), pp 929-936.
Kelly
2017-4
John F. Kelly. Report of Findings from a Systematic Review of the Scientific Literature on Recovery Support Services in the United States. Online publication on www.williamwhitepapers.com, Aug 2017, 95 p.
Kelly
2019-2
John F. Kelly, William L. White, Bettina B. Hoeppner et Al. How Many Recovery Attempts Does it Take to Successfully Resolve an Alcohol or Drug Problem? Estimates and Correlates from a National Study of Recovering U.S. Adults. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research, Online on May 15 2019, pp 1-12.
Kelly
2019-3
John F. Kelly How many tries does it take to resolve a substance use problem? Lessons from a national study of recovering adults in the U.S.  Recovery Research Institute, Online publication Only, 2019. Review of Kelly 2019-2.
Kurtz
1982
Ernest Kurtz Why A.A. works: The Intellectual Significance of Alcoholics Anonymous. Journal of Studies on Alcohol, 43(1), 1982, pp 38-80.
Kurtz
1992-1
Ernest Kurtz Research on Alcoholics Anonymous:  The Historical Context.  Conference presentation in 1992. Published in The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV, 1999, pp. 1-22.
Kurtz
1992-2
Ernest Kurtz Commentary on “Lay Treatment”. The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV, 1999, pp. 83-90.
Kurtz
1
994
Ernest Kurtz,
William R. Miller  
Models of Alcoholism Used in Treatment: Contrasting A.A. and Other Models with Which it is Often Confused. The Collected Ernie Kurtz, Hindsfoot Foundation Series on Treatment and Recovery. Authors Choice, New York, 1999, pp 91-108.
Kurtz
1999
Ernest Kurtz Whatever Happened to Twelve-Step Programs? The Collected Ernie Kurtz. The Bishop of Books, Wheeling, WV, 1999, pp. 146-176.
McLellan 2000 A. Thomas McLellan, David C. Lewis, Charles P. O’Brien, Herbert D. Kleber Drug Dependence, a Chronic Medical Illness. JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association), Oct 2000, 284(13), pp 1689-1695.
Mendola 2016 Annette Mendola,  Richard L. Gibson Addiction, 12-Step Programs, and Evidentiary Standards for Ethically and Clinically Sound Treatment Recommendations: What Should Clinicians Do? American Medical Association, Journal of Ethics, June 2016, 18(6), pp 646-655.
Moos
2007
Rudolf H. Moos  Theory-Based Active Ingredients of Effective Treatments for Substance Use Disorders. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, May 2007 May, 88(2-3), pp 109-121.
Morgenstern 1997 Jon Morgenstern, E. Labouvie, Barbara S. McCrady et Al. Affiliation with Alcoholics Anonymous After Treatment: A Study of Its Therapeutic Effects and Mechanisms of Action. American Psychological Association, Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1997, 65(5), pp 768-777.
Pilote
1998
Lomer Pilote Explication de l’efficacité des A.A. par l’utilisation des structures mythico-rituelles. Thèse présentée à l’Université du Québec à Montréal pour l’obtention du PhD en Sciences des religions, Déc. 1998, 407 p.
Project MATCH Project MATCH Research Group Project MATCH (Matching Alcoholism Treatment to Client Heterogeneity) – Dossier complet.
Cette étude, l’une des plus importantes dans le domaine à ce jour, comporte un nombre important de publications qui ont été regroupées dans ce dossier.
RSA-MTL 2001 Keith Humphreys, Lee Ann Kaskutas, J. Scott Tonigan et Al. Participation in Alcoholics Anonymous: Intended and Unintended Change Mechanisms. Alcoholism Clinical and Experimental Research, Apr 2003, 27(3), pp 524-532.  Abstract only
Tonigan 2013-2 J. Scott Tonigan, Kristina N. Rynes, Barbara S. McCrady Spirituality as a Change Mechanism in 12-Step Programs: A Replication, Extension, and Refinement. Substance Use and Misuse, Sep 2013, 48(12), pp 1161-1173.
Tonigan 2016 William L. White, J. Scott Tonigan Scientific Studies of Alcoholics Anonymous: An Interview with Dr. J. Scott Tonigan2016, Online on William White Papers, 13 p.
US –
InsMed
1990
Institute of Medicine Broadening the Base of Treatment for Alcohol Problems. National Academies Press, Committee on Treatment of Alcohol Problems, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC, 1990, 644 p.
US –
NIDA
2018
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) Principles of Drug Addiction Treatment: A Research-Based Guide (Third Edition). National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2018, 67 p.
US – SAMHSA 2004 US Government – DHHS – Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Admin. (SAMHSA) Self-help Organizations for Alcohol and Drug Problems: Toward Evidence-based Practice and Policy.  Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, Apr 2004, 26(3), pp 151-158 and pp 159-165 for discussion.
Vaillant
1995
George E. Vaillant  The Natural History of Alcoholism Revisited. Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., 1995, 462 p. – Presentation on Wikipedia.
Vaillant
1996
George E. Vaillant, Susanne Hiller- Sturmhöfel The Natural History of Alcoholism. Alcohol Health and Research World, 1996, (20)3, pp 152-161.
Vaillant
2003
George E. Vaillant  A 60-year Follow-up of Alcoholic Men. Addiction, Aug 2003, Vol. 98 (8), pp 1043-1051.
Vaillant
2005
Georges E. Vaillant Alcoholics Anonymous: cult or cure?  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 2005, 39, pp 431-436.
Vaillant
2014
Georges E. Vaillant Positive Emotions and the Success of Alcoholics Anonymous.  Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly, Jun 2014, 32(2-3), pp 214-224.
White
2008
AA
William L. White Recovery Management and Recovery-Oriented Systems of Care: Scientific Rationale and Promising Practices.
Partie sur les AA seul., pp 97 à 106.